New Stock January 2023

Welcome to 2023! We hope this year brings you numismatic items missing from your collection. In this New Year, we can promise you that we will continue doing our part and bring you interesting items all-year round.

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100th_Anniversary_of_WW1_Aircraft_Set

100th Anniversary of WW1 Aircraft Set

A unique collection of the aircraft used during the First World War 1914-1918. One side has the soldiers marching forward with fixed bayonets. The other side has a full colour rendition of an aircraft which fought during the conflict. You get five different aircraft in flight: F-904, N1977, 1264, 7851 and C1904. They will remind you of all those famous films that were made with these planes flying and fighting under most extreme circumstances. It is the first time we have offered them and we did a deal with the exporter to sell them for less than £4.00 each with the presentation case thrown in. A bargain and has a fantastic history.
£19.50
Anglesey Druid Halfpenny Token Very Fine_obv

Anglesey, Druid Halfpenny Token Very Fine

The Industrial Revolution brought us many advancements but at the time the Royal Mint was unable to meet the needs presented by the booming industry which could not pay the wages of their workers. Also, by 1786, two-thirds of the coins in circulation in Britain were counterfeit and there was a chronic shortage of small denomination coins needed for everyday transactions. Government made little effort to address the problem so industry took the matter into its own hands. The solution to the problem began in 1786 when one of the largest veins of copper in the world was found at Parys Mountain on the island of Anglesey in North Wales. In 1787, the Parys Mines Company used some of that copper to begin striking these distinctive ‘Druid’ tokens to pay their workers and to release them into general circulation, the concept soon caught on and spread to all corners of the United Kingdom and these tokens became well collected at the time. We can offer you these very tokens that were struck in Halfpenny denominations from 1787-1794, they have the Druid’s head on one side and the PMCo cypher on the reverse. The mine is still in operation today run by The Anglesey Mining Company.
£39.50
Australian, Animals Collection

Australian, Animals Collection

This set of five medallions was issued for Australia in 2015 and has a crowned portrait of the our late Queen on them. Struck in a proof silvered metal. The other side of each crownsized medal has the animal represented in finely engraved detail. They are Australian Koala, African Giraffe, Novosibirsk Zoo Lion, Novosibirsk Zoo Tiger and Novosibirsk Zoo Meerkats. A wonderful selection and we have made a special deal with the exporter on this set, you'll pay less than £4 per medal and you get a beautiful presentation case with the collections.
£12.50
Edward VIII Wedding Cover Drawing

Edward VIII Wedding Cover Drawing

King Edward VIII abdicated to marry Mrs. Simpson and they became the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. They were married in a French chateau and none of their British relatives attended. There were two different covers issued to mark their marriage and they have either a photograph or a drawing on them and are both franked with a French stamp dated 1937. This cover was issued with a drawing of the pair. We bought a large group years ago and now we are running out. This might well be your last chance to get one or both of these historic covers which are now 85 years old!
£34.50
Edward VIII Wedding Cover Photo

Edward VIII Wedding Cover Photo

King Edward VIII abdicated to marry Mrs. Simpson and they became the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. They were married in a French chateau and none of their British relatives attended. There were two different covers issued to mark their marriage and they have either a photograph or a drawing on them and are both franked with a French stamp dated 1937. This cover was issued with a Photograph of the pair. We bought a large group years ago and now we are running out. This might well be your last chance to get one or both of these historic covers which are now 85 years old!
£24.50
1955 Florin Unc

Elizabeth II, Florin 1955 Unc

As the first coins of Queen Elizabeth II were only issued in 1953, this 1955 Florin is one of the earliest and first coins to have been issued. It is also one of the most difficult coins to find, especially in Uncirculated condition. After all the coins are now 67 years old and 1955 a Florin or two shillings was a week’s pocket money for a youngster. This is a nice group and a difficult coin to find in this unused quality. Supplies are very limited and this is one date that many collectors need.
£32.50

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